Did the New York Knicks give up too much? That was the question brought up as the Knicks struggled, while Denver ascended to the second spot of the West. Once the Knicks found the point god (I kid, I kid), the Knicks began their own run, winning 8 of their last 10, and finding themselves in the thick of the playoff race without Carmelo Anthony. Now, with Anthony coming back in a loss to New Jersey, the Knicks will be looking to make another move, this time for a division title, and a large portion of the praise, and blame, will fall on the star the Knicks cleared house for. It might be time for Anthony to make a change.
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